1 Repudiate (verb)
to say officially and/or publicly that something is not true (परित्याग करना)
Synonyms: disclaim, deny, refute, gainsay
Antonyms: confirm, acknowledge, admit, own
Example: The minister repudiated allegations I of human rights abuses.

2 Sway (noun)
power or influence over somebody. (अधिकार)
Synonyms: influence, dominion, clout, sovereignty
Antonyms: helplessness, impotency, powerlessness, weakness
Example: Her parents no longer seem to have much sway over her.

3 Delimit (verb)
Determine the limits or boundaries of. (सीमा निर्धारित करना)
Synonyms: bound, demarcate, mark off, delineate
Antonyms: let go, free
Example: The fence delimits the state boundaries.

4 Skirmish (noun)
a short fight between small groups of soldiers, etc., especially one that is not planned. (झड़प)
Synonyms: clash, fray, brawl, battle
Antonyms: peace, harmony, truce, agreement
Example: Several people were killed in skirmishes during the night.

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5 Inextricably (adverb)
in a way that is impossible to disentangle or separate. (पेंचीदे तोर से)
Synonyms: inseparably, indissolubly, indivisibly, intricately
Antonyms: Separably, distantly, vaguely
Example: Physical health is inextricably linked to mental health.

6 Adversary (noun)
One’s opponent in a contest, conflict, or dispute. (विरोधी)
Synonyms: opponent, rival, nemesis, foe
Antonyms: friend, ally, supporter, backer, proponent
Example: Davis beat his old adversary in the quarter-final.

7 Prevarication (noun)
the act of not giving a direct answer to a question in order to hide the truth. (वाक्छल)
Synonyms: falsehood, equivocation, fabrication, fib
Antonyms: truth, veracity, verity, truism
Example: The report was full of lies and prevarications.

8 Hobble (verb)
Restrict the activity or development of. (बंधन)
Synonyms: hinder, clog, restrain, confine
Antonyms: make way, free, release, liberate
Example: The economy was hobbled by rising oil prices.

9 Countenance (verb)
to support something or agree to something happening. (सहमत होना)
Synonyms: agree, consent, subscribe to. assent
Antonyms: disagree, dissent, differ. contradict
Example: Her father won’t countenance her marrying a foreigner.

10 Ensuing (verb)
that happens after or as a result of another event. (आगामी)
Synonyms: coming, following, subsequent, succeeding
Antonyms: preceding, previous, foregoing, prior
Example: Business was slow in the restaurant’s first year, but the ensuing year saw a much-needed increase.

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